5 Data protection tips during the COVID-19 era

When stay-at-home orders were implemented in Maryland and across the United States, many people were forced to work from home. This meant employees were accessing corporate data and applications via home internet connections. Unfortunately, home networks are not as secure as corporate ones, so using them could compromise the security of your sensitive data.

What happens in a phishing attack?

It all starts with a simple and seemingly innocuous email sitting in your employees’ inboxes. Almost everybody marks this as spam or deletes the suspicious email but one unwitting employee opens the unsolicited email and clicks on the link. In just a few seconds, this honest mistake has put your organization’s security and future in jeopardy.

7 Reasons why your business email needs encryption

Email is so ingrained in business communication that many business users don’t realize how this indispensable tool can lead to data compromise. According to research by Proofpoint, 91% of targeted attacks, such as ransomware and phishing, start with email.

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